난 마돌 : 하(Nan madol : Season 2, 2018)




난 마돌 : 하 (Nan madol : Season 2, 2018)

난 마돌 : 하 (Nan madol : Season 2, 2018)




The artifact was in a transparent glass folder, just like the old one. While the probes were being filmed, Dr. Dan Brown and I decided to take a look at Nan Madol broken through the ruin


난 마돌은 과연 물리적 형태가 있는 것일까?(다큐멘터리 난 마돌 시즌1,2 리뷰)


It's very cramped. All I have to do is look around. If Nan Madol is a simulation, this is a matrix error. How long will this rotation last? Their rotation has a problem going back to the past. Because Nan madol is still on the move to track the equipment we have in the timeline, it's surrounded by the moving past and the moving future. Dr. Dan Brown speculates that this sleek, rigid folder may have been a relic that can both be evaporated and proliferated on a white transparent screen. Everything happens at the same time. We move together, forward or backward. And even as time goes on, it's down there somewhere. I feel weird seeing us. If we work with Nan Madol, our faces will be broken and distorted. It's impossible to cross the timeline, ignoring the broken self, when you stare squarely at the present. It's hard to find more conspicuous and esoteric artifacts.



난 마돌 : 하 (Nan madol : Season 2, 2018)


난 마돌 : 하 (Nan madol : Season 2, 2018)


난 마돌 : 하 (Nan madol : Season 2, 2018)



You can't go to the next step, you can't go to the folder. It keeps piling up on the current screen. in the result I'm talking about a stagnant present. the current spinning without moving on to the future. The timeline will continue to be mixedI don't know much. I don't even know. There's no record. We're missing something.

What would you think if you said that your presence on the Internet is now somewhere down there?

Where would Nan Madol be? It was the director's YouTube account that I watched this Nan Madol Documentary series. It's just like when you post a copyrighted video on YouTube, and I expected it to go away in a couple of days. But in this situation, this documentary is a little strange. Contrary to the expectation that it will be volatile, it is still copyrighted and has not been suspended by the complainant. I think this is the charm point of this series. For the Nan Madol season 1, the screen has a constant collision of foreground and background to avoid being deleted by the manager from the timeline called YouTube. On the other hand, for Season 2, the foreground and background go beyond the collision to a very vague form of mixing. Is Nan Madol in physical form? Where am I even when it's past the expiration date in the timeline? Now, let's review the Nan Madol Documentary series in detail. I'm in season two now, so be careful with the spoiler. Then, let's start the Nan Madol Documentary Review. So to begin with, I think Nan Madol represents a stagnant idle present without going into the future. Season 1 represents the undeleted present on YouTube, and Season 2 represents the remains of Dr. Dan Brown and his photographs, typically a transparent folder. The director is the archiving website of images that have expired copyrights, and he is referring to the current timeline as the past and future are repeated and destroyed. Unfortunately, when the director searches for Nan Madol in this futuristic place, he finds that it's something that he can't find there. So the director decided to start with where this Nan Madol came from and make a documentary. If you look at Nan Madol after watching the previous film, you can see that Season 1 is simply a series of images that you don't see often in our environment. These are all images that have expired copyrights, and these are the future that comes from a place called the Fútureless. By placing a device on the basic Nan Madol within a documentary, such as the actual remains of Micronesia and the artificial canal that flows through the ruins, this Nan Madol attempts to descend from the vertical structure of the past and the future. In contrast, in season 2, the horizontal structure of the Nan Madol, at this point in time, indicates a stagnant present by attempting to descend. Now, season 1 is over. The next thing I want to see is the Nan Madol season 2. Unlike the Nan Madol Season 1, Season 2 starts with the premise that, as I said, we're going down from the horizontal structure, and we're going to look down at the documentary from the floor point of view. The difference between season 1 and season 1 is that two people appear from the first scene. From beginning to end, I felt like I was watching a documentary with me. I think this is a copy of the reaction video on YouTube. For those of you who have seen it a little bit deeper, unlike Season 1, which has only sound and subtitles, in Season 2, there's an actor, and they're all from where Nan Madol exists, and documentaries start to get interesting. In other words, Nan Madol is in the future, where search results show that there is room for non-expiration. The director says he selected actors linked to Nan Madol through an audition on the LAN because the resolution will be distorted when he imagines the moment he interacts with the current Nan Madol. It seems that the definition of Nan Madol exists at the base of the present but cannot be linked to the time line. One of the things that we're dealing with in this documentary is that the artifacts around Nan Madol stand in various forms. These are transparent, nameless folders, trash cans, composite pictures, etc. that appear in the future. The artifact that the director has been talking about since the middle of the documentary is coming out in earnest, and that's a folder. Then there is another strange point in the documentary. In the scene of searching hotels and restaurants around Nan Madol, suddenly folders break into the screen and start proliferating. These proliferated folders interfere with Nan madol and enter decisively on a link, but eventually the documentary ends with something missing without a connection. To tell you what I think at the end of the documentary, the transparent folder, which is the most important medium of season 2. Maybe these are the identities of Nan Madol, the ones that are left behind by something that's still having trouble moving back to the past. And where are these folders going again? Empty folders with nothing in them, will they expire and reappear in the future? Today we talked about this documentary, Nan Madol Season 1 and 2, about high resolution nearsightedness and the volatile future. Next time, I'll come back with a better future. Thank you.